Ollie Meaning and Origin

Ollie is a unisex name of Latin, English origin, meaning “olive, elf warrior.” Ollie is a given name that can be used for both boys and girls, although it is more commonly used as a nickname for boys named Oliver. The name has English origins and is derived from the Old Norse name Olaf, which means “ancestor’s descendant” or “relic.” Ollie has become increasingly popular as a given name in recent years, and it has ranked among the top 500 baby names for boys in the United States since the early 2000s. It can also be a shortened version of other names, such as Olivia or Olive, for girls.

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